There is no magic formula for public sector innovation, but there are tools and techniques that can help governments find ways to do things better,...
There is no magic formula for public sector innovation, but there are tools and techniques that can help governments find ways to do things better, faster, and cheaper.
A column by John O'Leary looks at one approach being used in Denmark by MindLab, a public center of innovation. Funky furniture and walls you can write on are only part of the story. Most importantly, MindLab takes a proactive look at innovation, purposely looking for better ways of producing public value.
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